- State Grand Jury indicts Michael Slager for murder in Walter Scott shooting (ABC News 4).
- All Mount Pleasant police officers to get body cameras — a first in S.C. (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police ask for help finding missing teen (ABC News 4).
- Celebrating the Ravenel bridge through LEGOs (Post & Courier).
- Severe Weather Photo Gallery (Live 5 News).
- Late-night committee to present recommendations (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Charleston Social Media Day Returns on June 30th (HCS).
- Smokin’ Hot Branding for Upcoming Lewis Barbecue (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston and Columbus, Ohio reportedly on the short list for Brewdog expansion to U.S. (Charleston City Paper).
- The Neighborhood Dining Group’s Cappie Peete was named one of Eater’s Young Guns (Eater).
- On the Trail of Charleston’s Best Shrimp and Grits (Wall Street Journal).
- Foursquare users swear by Hominy Grill’s shrimp and grits (Post & Courier).
- 5 Things to Know About the Lee Brothers’ New Show ‘Southern Uncovered’ (Eater Charleston).
- Home Team BBQ Named One of the South’s Top 50 BBQ Joints (HCS).
- Shem Creek shrimpers find space at embattled garage site (Post & Courier).
- Acclaimed Boston Bartender Ran Duan at Proof (Eater Charleston).
- McCrady’s Hosts the Next Good Catch Dinner on Thursday (HCS).
- Visiting historians take up issues of women and food (Post & Courier).
- What to Expect From King Street Barbecue Spot Smoke (Eater Charleston).
- GLAAD’s Southern Stories Tour Visits Holy City on 6/15 (HCS).
- Spencer Selected to Represent RiverDogs at SAL All-Star Game (RiverDogs).
- Charleston’s Atlas Road Crew wins Wild Wing Cafe band competition (Post & Courier).
- Sweet & Sensual: A Pop-Up Dance & Dessert Lounge (HCS).
- Ready to propose to your loved one? You could do it at Wild Blue Ropes and end up on “Major Network TV Show” (Facebook).
- College of Charleston’s Taylor Clarke, Carl Wise picked in MLB draft (Post & Courier).
- Major League Baseball honors USC-Beaufort pitcher who donated bone marrow (ABC News 4).
- The Alley is Offering a Kid’s Bowling Camp (HCS).
- ‘Rivals’ Friday night football schedule released (ABC News 4).
- Running Buddy Introduces Two New Products: Buddy Pouch H2O and Buddy Light (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Community groups call for reform in North Charleston government (News 2).
- SC’s fiscal year to start without a state budget (Live 5 News).
- Haley to celebrate new law giving vets in-state tuition (ABC News 4).
- Uber bill heads to special session (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Rick Perry stresses veterans issues, states rights in Mt. Pleasant speech (Live 5 News).
- Officials hope for higher voter turnout in Berkeley Sheriff race (ABC News 4).
- No slush funds this year, the hubris of bulldozers and offshore drilling, Isle of Palms steps up for the ocean (Coastal Conservation League).
- Gallup: SC uninsured rate down after Affordable Care Act (Live 5 News).
- Lawsuit challenges college regulations for in-state tuition (ABC News 4).
- Board to review Charleston Harbor deepening project this month (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Trident petitions state Supreme Court to hear Berkeley County hospital case (ABC News 4).
- Public to give ideas for Dupont/Wappoo neighborhood plan (Live 5 News).
- DHEC to review approval for offshore seismic testing (ABC News 4).
- Charleston police identify 3 men believed to be involved in downtown Family Dollar brawl (Post & Courier).
- Crosstown improvement project brings road closures to downtown Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Charleston area tech startup Bidr works fundraising arena (Post & Courier).
- NCPD: Missing N. Charleston teen went to New Orleans (Live 5 News).
- Man looking for owner after 12-year-old son finds GoPro floating on Folly Beach (Live 5 News).
- Roads close as work begins on Phase 2 of Septima Clark Parkway improvements (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- No re-open date set for Hollywood elementary school (Live 5 News).
- Sea-turtle rescuers: Greatest recovery returned to sea (Post & Courier).
- Software could alleviate commute times from Summerville (News 2).
- Man charged with obstruction in West Ashley fatal shooting (Live 5 News).
- Woman files suit against North Charleston hotel after alleged 2013 rape (ABC News 4).
- Woman jailed after leaving 3 children in hot car at store (Live 5 News).
- Police arrest two men after one shot in foot, seek two more (ABC News 4).
- Police: Phone number leads to arrest in cab driver robbery (Live 5 News).
- Investment group snaps up law firm’s offices, parking lots in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- SCE&G launches new program to help homeowners save energy (Live 5 News).
- Wando High Principal Lucy Beckham to take on new role (Post & Courier).
- Bond panel OKs $123M borrowing plan for Volvo plant (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Newest Boeing Dreamliner ahead of schedule, production in North Charleston could start early (Post & Courier).
- Patriots Point board OKs budget, lease transfer (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Soldier accused of submerging daughter in hot water (News 2).
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